The way in which people get involved in space speaks not only of their professional work, but also of their personal character. While professional training teaches people how to react to known situations, it takes an open mind and some curiosity to enhance the existing spatial conditions and answer the upcoming demands.
The spatial involvement presented on this website tries to illustrate one personal principle of architectural and urban planning engagement, which strives not to stop on common professional borders. What is shown here is only a glimpse of a wider range of projects, processes, interventions, and research which tries to find the most appropriate mode of spatial intervention.
It is the curiosity of the new and readiness to adapt which should be understood as the driving force behind these interventions.